A blog of writings on art, community, and politics of art, from writers, artists, thinkers, and change-makers - edited by Kevin Basl.
Mobile Print Power
Mobile Print Power is a multigenerational collective based out of Immigrant Movement International in Corona, Queens, using silkscreen printmaking to engage communities and explore social and cultural situations
Herstory Studio Project
Saydi Callahan Keefe's project of giving women and young girls a 'studio of one's own,' to change his-tory.
Warrior Writers, led by Lovella Calica, is a veteran-focused arts organization that fosters artistic exploration and expression through casual, welcoming workshops and retreats
Lunar New Year
Lunar New Year is a global mural artist, but based primarily in New Jersey and NYC. His work magnifies the common people's enlightened connection with nature, struggle, spirituality, and hope.
Athena's Sisters is a sisterhood organization run by and for military women to create friendships, share our stories in a safe space, and connect military women to healing resources in our community.
CantoMundo is a national organization that cultivates a community of Latinx poets through workshops, symposia, and public readings. Founded in 2009 by Norma E. Cantú, Celeste Mendoza, Pablo Miguel Martínez, Deborah Paredez, and Carmen Tafolla, CantoMundo hosts an annual poetry workshop for Latinx poets that provides a space for the creation, documentation, and critical analysis of Latinx poetry.
Documenting and archiving the culture of working artist families, specifically artist couples and the children involved in an artistic upbringing.
"There are nine members of the Dirty Canteen artist collective. All of which serve(d) honorably in the military and aim to raise awareness about issues veterans face while returning home from conflict."